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D.C. Metro Web page showcases TOD projects

Bus| June 30, 2010
The new page details more than 20 projects, including location, acreage, project details, site plans and developer information.

Bombardier wins India contract, completes London APM

Rail| June 30, 2010
Contract valued at $101 million includes an option for 40 cars. Delivery will follow the completion of existing contracts and is expected to end in 2011.
Rail| June 30, 2010

Transit missteps leave passengers peeved

Within two days, a MARC train missed a station on its way from Washington to Baltimore, while D.C. Metro passengers were locked into a station on the Orange Line.
Bus| June 30, 2010

Phoenix Metro, 7-Eleven partner to sell passes

Stores began selling all-day passes and reduced all-day passes on Monday. Retail outlets selling Valley Metro passes include city and chamber offices, PLS Check Cashers stores, Fry’s Food and Safeway grocery stores.
Accessibility| June 30, 2010

Committee passes Public Transportation Safety Act

Bipartisan bill will improve transit safety oversight and establish national safety standards for transit systems across the country.
Motorcoach| June 30, 2010

ABC delivers five Van Hools to Florida

Coaches are equipped with Cummins ISM engines, Allison B500 transmissions, Alcoa Durabrite aluminum wheels, Wi-Fi, REI multi-monitor DVD entertainment systems, full fabric interiors, and reclining Amaya Torino seats with foot rests.
Bus| June 29, 2010

Miami-Dade launches commuter bus, airport to Miami Beach services

Project funded by a $63 million federal grant that also paid for 60-foot-long, 60-seater fuel-efficient hybrid buses to run transit service in the express lanes.
Rail| June 29, 2010

Study: Public transit improves health, weight loss

Residents of Charlotte, N.C., were surveyed before and after the construction of light rail. After public transit became available, physical activity increased, as people walked to and from the LRT line.
Bus| June 29, 2010

UTC fuel cell sets 7,000-hour record

Three of AC Transit's buses are equipped with UTC Power fuel cell systems and have now traveled more than 255,000 miles, with an average fuel economy that is 65 percent better than the control fleet of diesel buses running the same routes and duty cycles.
Rail| June 29, 2010

FRA seeks applications for $2.3B in HSR grants

Funds come from the FY 2010 DOT Appropriations Act. Applications and proposals will be due back to FRA by August 6, 2010. Grant awards, including the $2.1 billion and $245 million from the FY2010 appropriations, are expected to be announced by September 30, 2010.

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